Honda Trail125 2022

Honda Trail 125 2022

Honda’s first Trail 125 was introduced in 1966 as the CT90, and was later renamed the CT110 in some markets. It was designed for off-road use, and was popular in rural areas and for camping. It featured a four-stroke engine, and was equipped with a four-speed semi-automatic transmission. In 1977, the CT90 was updated with a fifth gear, and renamed the CT110. The Trail 125 was produced until 1986, when it was replaced by the Honda NX125. In 2000, Honda reintroduced the Trail 125 as the XR125L in Europe and Asia, and as the XR200R in South America. It was again updated in 2003, and remained in production until 2008. In 2013, Honda introduced the CTX1300, a modern take on the Trail 125, with a fuel-injected V-4 engine and six-speed transmission.

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Honda Trail 125 2022 Engine

124.9 cc air-cooled 80º single-cylinder four-stroke
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Semiautomatic; four speeds

Honda Trail 125 2022 Chassis

27 mm telescopic inverted fork; 4.3 in. travel
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